Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
44 South 4th Street • Newark, OH 43055
Phone: 740-345-4494 • Fax: 740-345-2423
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News Center

  • Historical Society takes to the dancefloor

    The Historical Society of Licking County is having a dance, and everyone in the area is invited.

  • Downtown building revives its past

    A historic Newark building has been transformed into a banquet hall.

  • Newark colleges go robotic

    Students from around central Ohio met on the campus of the Central Ohio Technical College and Ohio State University-Newark this month to compete in the Lego robotics tournament.

  • Trout Club to undergo renovations

    The Licking Springs Golf and Trout Club has a new owner, who plans renovations totaling some $1.4m.

  • Newark gets new yogurt offering

    A frozen yogurt shop that goes by the same of sweetFrog recently opened in Newark, making its early October deadline for opening.

  • Independent book retailer part of comeback in Newark

    Newark welcomed a new small bookstore in July, when Kicks Mix opened in the citys small downtown area. Diana Shannon and Mary Spain are co-owners of the store, and report that many people were delighted to find an independent bookstore coming to town.

  • Newark gears up for benefit concert

    This weekend will see the sixth year of the Annual Benefit Concert for the Cade and Katelyn Fund for Spinal Muscular Atrophy.

  • Cranberry Bog opens for annual tour

    Buckeye Lake's Cranberry Bog was open to visitors for one day on June 21, a Saturday. The bog, which is about 11 miles from Newark, is open only once each year, and draws hundreds of visitors from across the region.

  • Newark creates land lab and community garden

    Newark's Lincoln Junior High School used to stand on East Main Street, but all that's there now is an empty field. The sight saddened Carol Floyd, who used to teach at Lincoln, but according to a May 22nd article, the field is being put to good use.

  • Newark companies win top honors

    Two of Newarks financial companies have won spots on the list of Central Ohios top 50 places to work, and one of them won an additional award for ethics.